A female photographer teams up with a policeman to try to bring down a corrupt police officer who framed her for drug possession and during her investigation, finds that not everything, or everyone, is what they appear to be.
Charles T. Kanganis
Vice detective Jon Chance (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs) is in search of a millionaire's daughter and her boyfriend...kidnapped for an unreasonable ransom. With his trustworthy captain (William ... See full summary »
After a daring robbery of a jewelery store, the thieves accidentally let their loot fall into the unsuspecting hands of repo man and secret alcoholic Zach. When the crime lord behind the ... See full summary »
Charles T. Kanganis,
A cinematographer and his assistant are attracting aspiring young actors and actresses by getting them to try out for their movie. Once filming, the evil cameraman actually kills them. The ... See full summary »
I was sleeping over my grandparents house just to visit and help out and my 14 year old brain was bored,i was watching my favorite small indie cable channel WGTW 48 while some indie wrestling was on,then it was over and thought i would be bored.But then the film deadly breed came on and as soon as i saw the film credits i knew they had a small budget.I thought it would be indie crap and turned out to be one of my favorite films.The film stars Blake Bahner,William Smith and Addison Randall as Bahner is a cop that has just switched districts.The owner of the district is a drug lord full of a racist group who want to take over the city and take out all the non-white people.Then they start seeing that bahner is a great cop and wont let anything like that happen so they try and make life hell for him.But he catches on and with the help of 2 friends he tries saving the city and people from the gang.Great action and fast paced keeps you on the edge of your seat.
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